FEDHASA urges water-saving in hospitality and tourism

FEDHASA urges water-saving in hospitality and tourism

With the City of Cape Town’s level 3B water restrictions coming into force on 1 February 2017, FEDHASA, the Federated Hospitality Association of South Africa has called on its members to optimise water resource management across the industry.

Dam levels dropped to around 39.2% by the end of January; the City has warned that it is not viable to use the last 10% of water in the dams and forecast for rain is dismal.  The average consumption of water in Cape Town is approximately 80 million litres over the collective per day water-saving target of 800 million litres.

This is an excerpt from an article first published by Cape Business News. Read the original article here: FEDHASA urges water-saving in hospitality and tourism

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